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A Connecticut man was arrested Thursday afternoon when police found drugs, guns and cash in his home after responding to a routine medical call.
When officers arrived at 4 McDonald Avenue in Cromwell, they discovered Michael Marotta, 28, was in possession of prescription medication that did not belong to him.
After obtaining a search warrant, authorities also found $34,000-worth of cocaine, $2,385 in cash, three handguns, three shotguns, two rifles, a Taser and thousands of rounds of ammunition, according to police.
Authorities also found supplies used for the manufacturing, packaging and transportation of narcotics, according to police.
"It's really disturbing. I mean, you don't know who lives near you," said one neighbor who asked not to be identified.
Police arrested Marotta and charged him with operating a drug factory, illegal possession, possession with intent to sell, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana.
He was arraigned on the charges Friday in Middletown Superior Court, according to police.